Mystery

Murder in the Corn Maze by G. A. McKevett

This was another cozy mystery that did not work for me, but I think it might for other people. Our leading lady is a grandmother to seven grandkids and has sole custody. This is a pretty chaotic situation to land into directly without prior information which might have been present in the first book (this… Continue reading Murder in the Corn Maze by G. A. McKevett

Historical fiction

Seven Sisters- #2 #3 #4 #5 by Lucinda Riley

I read and reviewed the first book of the series on the blog earlier this year: The Seven Sisters. I also tried another book by the author, but I did not get along well with the narrative style, and I assumed the author was not for me. Then my local library indicated that they purchased… Continue reading Seven Sisters- #2 #3 #4 #5 by Lucinda Riley

Book Recommendations, Meme

#NonficNov: Be The Expert/Ask the Expert/Become the Expert – Week 3

I almost did not sit down to compile this list but in an effort to curb my innate habit to start a project with gusto and then taper off the amount of effort I put into it, I decided I ought to see this month through by trying to hit all the goals of the… Continue reading #NonficNov: Be The Expert/Ask the Expert/Become the Expert – Week 3

Adventure

The Raid (Ryan Decker #2) by Steven Konkoly

Thom Rivera (Narrator) I read and reviewed the last book by the author: The Rescue. This book picks up almost seamlessly from the previous. It felt like a quicker read/listen as well since I was now familiar with the tactics and the team dynamics of the people involved. Ryan Decker and his partner have been given… Continue reading The Raid (Ryan Decker #2) by Steven Konkoly